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Can I get rid of this?

Posted by fori (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 22, 11 at 14:49

I have too much stuff. I need to thin it. Wedding presents I've never used from people I didn't know, things I inherited from my relatives (and I mean stuff they didn't like enough to have displayed), etc.

So I am here to ask, is it alright to get rid of this? First up, a lady (Mary?) with a chip in her robe. I think the blurry mark reads "American Art Glass Co, AMACO, Indianapolis, Ind."

Keep her or donate?


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Next we have (I think) a wedding present to me from one of my mother's friends and I think I remember my mother saying one of her (the friend's) sorority sisters painted it. I don't think I even have to ask y'all if this is a keeper:

There is a whole tea set--sugar bowl, cups, saucers, etc. Cute. Polish.

Saucer mark--less Americanized, but same:


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RE: Can I get rid of this?

Buh by!


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RE: Can I get rid of this?

Woot!

Hey that lady came in blue, too!


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